Last month I wrote about the underwater starry night sky of bioluminescence this time we are going for the upclose encounters of Sea stars. A favourite for many divers and snorkelers due to their iconic shape and the fact that they can be seen in many different marine environments but although it may be a common sighting for many they are far from common creatures.
If you are of a certain age, perhaps you remember going to the movie theatre to see the original Superman movie; when the opening credits started you got goosebumps at the thought of flying through space with the endless blackness only broken by the twinkling of stars around you and some flashes of light? (For those of you who haven't seen it or would like to reminisce watch this ) Now imagine that you are actually experiencing this. Woah.
What has venom like a snake, a beak like a parrot, ink like a pen, the weight of a man, the length of a car yet can fit through an opening the size of an orange?
Ok so I'm a little late and it's a week after New Year, but it's time to reflect on what happened in the last year and what are our goals for the future.
Damselfish are found in many shapes and sizes and are a big part of the reef fish community, here in La Paz we have many different species and they like to make themselves known to divers...
We recently took a quick trip to Mexico City, its a great, crazy place that we have visited before. This time I wanted to get a little more off the beaten track to explore some places not many get to visit. If you are passing through the city feel free to ask us about adventures you can do there.
Last week I talked about biodegradable sunscreen and the effect that it has on coral, but what exactly is coral.
On our trips we recommend that everyone uses biodegradable sunscreen, here are some reasons why.
Ursulas' sidekicks in the little mermaid - not everyones favourite creature but they are pretty amazing.
Here's whats been happening post Tropical Storm Lidia...
We spent the last week anchored out by the mogote, it was defined by dolphins, pelicans, sunsets and time reconnecting with nature.
As I start to get excited for this years whale shark season I thought I would write a post on what we are doing to prepare both here at El Duque Adventures and in La Paz.